upsetting, piers. extremely upsetting. >> here is the thing, nancy, playing devil's advocate. i can feel the passions running high. >> of course, you will play devil's advocate. i know what that means. >> i mean, listen, have you an extraordinary run of success covering your trial. hln had fantastic ratings. >> whoa, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. i didn't make anything my own. this story is not my story. this story is caylee's story. and i remember the night that we first heard about the case. every day, every morning around 5:00 a.m., between 5:00 and 7:00 a.m., i get a list of about 70 to 80 cases, i start reading them along with my executive producer, dean, we go through those and many, many others. we go to every website, every news outlet to find the case we're looking for to cover that night. and when i heard the tot mom's story. i heard about caylee.